Growing things from seeds, seedlings and cuttings.

There’s not much room but it’s just enough to start propagating. We have a few mature plants but I love watching plants grow from seeds, seedlings or even cuttings. Everything from succulents to ferns. Herbs and vegetables… although we’re limited of how much space but it’s a start.

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Onions

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Mixed lettuce (the pot in background has spinach seeds in it)

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I’m in the Garden by Chrissy for Riverside Peace

 

5 thoughts on “Growing things from seeds, seedlings and cuttings.

  1. Jackie is a firm advocate of such propagation. Last year’s pelargonium cuttings have done so well in their pots as to have produced enough growth for a second generation of cuttings to have been taken from them before planting out. They, too, have flowered indoors.

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